TRUMBULL, Conn. — Trumbull firefighters formed a friendship with this little piggy when they responded to an alarm on a carbon monoxide detector on Saturday morning, according to a Facebook post from Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company, No. 1.
At about 9:10 a.m. Saturday, firefighters headed to the home at 1069 Daniels Farm Road for a carbon monoxide alarm, the Facebook post said.
When they arrived on the scene, firefighters found a slightly elevated carbon monoxide level of 45 ppm in the basement of the home, the Facebook post said. The problem was due to a malfunctioning furnace.
As firefighters worked to ventilate the home with fans, they met up with Texas, a friendly pig that lives in the area. Firefighters shared breakfast with Texas and checked to make sure the carbon monoxide level had returned to zero before leaving the scene.